How vulnerable is my business to a Cyber Attack today, and what about tomorrow?

If to be forewarned is to be forearmed then it makes sense in terms of defending against Cyber Threats to know exactly where your weaknesses are. As mentioned previously, 90% of exploits are from known vulnerabilities – so it’s a no-brainer for you as the data owner to know just how vulnerable your infrastructure is to a potential breach. Although operationally efficient, patching your servers…


Does the IoT = NextGen DDoS?

Last week witnessed a massive Distributed Denial of Service attack against, who provide DNS services to major websites. This had the effect of disrupting users of Twitter, Amazon, Tumblr, Reddit, Spotify and Netflix. The ‘botnet’ that performed this DDoS attack was comprised of hacked IoT (Internet of Things) devices, partly comprised of Chinese-made digital video recorders and IP cameras. The devices had been compromised…

Zero Day Vulnerability

What is a Zero Day attack, and how do I protect my business against them?

Oct 26th, 2016 Malware, Vulnerability Management James Gillies

An example of a zero day vulnerability would be a security weakness in an operating system such as Windows which is unknown to the vendor, in this case Microsoft. During the period of time that a hacker would discover and attempt to exploit that vulnerability, before the vendor becomes aware of the problem and then subsequently plugs up the security hole with a Windows Update…

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